Teamfight Tactics Mobile Release Date Revealed
Last year, the folks over at Riot Games announced that the hugely popular League of Legends in-client spin-off Teamfight Tactics would be coming to mobile devices. Not exactly a huge stretch given that we’re basically dealing with a glorified auto-battler, though Teamfight Tactics Mobile will also see the implementation of crossplay support between PC and mobile, rather importantly not splitting up the player base. Now, Riot Games has announced the official release date for Teamfight Tactics Mobile.
The news comes by way of a recent press release by the folks over at Riot Games, wherein it is revealed that Teamfight Tactics Mobile is releasing on March 19th for Android and iOS devices. In the same press release, Riot Games also spoke about its drive to ensure that Teamfight Tactics Mobile would feature a similar experience to those playing on PC. “Players have been asking us for more ways to play TFT, and we’re excited to share a mobile version that feels authentic to the PC experience while also keeping in mind the nuances and optimization features that mobile players love,” said product lead Dax Andrus.
Here are some of the relevant notes regarding the upcoming release per Riot Games:
- For the upcoming release of TFT Mobile, we’ve been hard at work to ensure a great game experience and stable service. As a result, we will not be launching with a full store just yet. We’ll be looking to roll that out within the next few patches, but keep an eye out for updates.
- However, the TFT Galaxies Pass+ will be available for purchase during the initial rollout of TFT Mobile globally. You’ll get the same rewards, missions, and XP as PC, and progression will be kept across platforms.
- The free TFT Galaxies Pass will also be active for any players, and progression will be stored for future pass purchases.
Teamfight Tactics Mobile is slated to release on March 19 alongside the Galaxies Set.
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